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Akai MPC-60 v2.0 Owners Manual.pdf - Fdiskc

Akai MPC-60 v2.0 Owners Manual.pdf - Fdiskc

178 If MIDI CLOCK is

178 If MIDI CLOCK is selected in the MODE field, the following screen is displayed: If MIDI CLOCK W/SONG POINTER is selected in the MODE field, the following screen is displayed: If FSK24 is selected in the MODE field, the following screen is displayed: If PULSE96 is selected in the MODE field, the following screen is displayed: Finally, if 1/4 NOTE CLICKS is selected in the MODE field, the following screen is displayed:

Section 8: Syncing to tape and other devices 179 All of the data fields in each of the screens are described below: • The MODE field (in the SYNC INPUT SETTINGS section of the screen): This field is used to select the type of sync signal for the MPC60 to receive sync from an external device or tape. There are seven possible types of sync which the MPC60 will accept, but only one may be active at one time. Further, whichever type of sync is selected, the MPC60 always stands ready to receive sync- it does not need to be switched into a "sync ready" mode. As soon as it receives a sync signal from the selected source, it automatically enters play mode. The only time that it ignores external sync signals is when play mode has been manually entered by pressing PLAY on the front panel, but once STOP is manually pressed, the MPC60 once again stands ready to receive sync. The seven possible types of sync which the MPC60 may accept are listed below. This field is used to select which one of these signals is currently active: 1. FSK24: This is a standard general purpose tape sync code commonly used in drum machines and sequencers. It stands for "Frequency Shift Keying at 24 2400 Hz/1200 Hz transitions per U4 note". This code contains no location information, so when syncing to it, you must start both devices from the beginning of the song in order for them to play in sync. Because of this, the MPC60 always plays from bar 1 when sync is first received, if this sync setting is selected. This code does contain tempo information, so the MPC60's tempo settings are not used when syncing to FSK. 2. PULSE96: This signal is not very common and is used when syncing to other devices only - not for tape sync. It stands for "Pulse sync at 96 high/low transitions per 1/4 note". This is the internal clock resolution of the MPC60. This code contains no location information, so when syncing to it, you must start both devices from the beginning of the song in order for

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